Presented By:
Sarbottam Silwal
20,2nd Semester
Hotel rooms have following abstracts:
1. Major Source Of Revenue
2. Highly Perishable
3. Differs As Per Establishment
4. D...
 Rack rate
 Seasonal rate
 Special event rate
 Corporate rate

 Government rate
 Group rate
 Package rate
 A property management system (PMS) is a computer

system used to manage guest bookings, online
reservations, check-in/ch...
 While establishing room rates, management shall be

careful about its
 operating costs
 inflationary factors, and
 co...
 Introduced In The 1940s
 In This Approach, The Rate Of A Room Shall Be $ 1

For Each $ 1,000 Of Construction And Furnis...
 To illustrate suppose a 190-room hotel has costed

$ 9,500,000
of Construction and Furnishing Costs.
Therfeore, the cost...
This Approach, However, Fails To Take İnto
Consideration
 The İnflation Term
 The Contribution Of Other Facilities
 Ser...
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  1. 1. Presented By: Sarbottam Silwal 20,2nd Semester
  2. 2. Hotel rooms have following abstracts: 1. Major Source Of Revenue 2. Highly Perishable 3. Differs As Per Establishment 4. Differs As Per Type 5. Once Build Can Be Sold Again And Again
  3. 3.  Rack rate  Seasonal rate  Special event rate  Corporate rate  Government rate  Group rate  Package rate
  4. 4.  A property management system (PMS) is a computer system used to manage guest bookings, online reservations, check-in/check-out, and guest purchases of amenities offered by the hotel.  While pricing rooms, the hotel shall keep in mind that rate should be between a minimum (determined by cost structure) and a maximum (determined by competition structure)
  5. 5.  While establishing room rates, management shall be careful about its  operating costs  inflationary factors, and  competition. Generally, there are four popular approaches to pricing rooms:  Cost Approach  Market Condition Approach  Thumb rule Approach  Hubbart formula Approach
  6. 6.  Introduced In The 1940s  In This Approach, The Rate Of A Room Shall Be $ 1 For Each $ 1,000 Of Construction And Furnishing Cost Per Room, Assuming A 70% Occupancy Rate.  Every $ 1000 Investment In A Hotel Property Should Support $ 1 In Average Daily Rate (Adr)  It Is Most Effective Tool Use During The Sale And Purchase Of Hotel Property  Easy To Calculate.
  7. 7.  To illustrate suppose a 190-room hotel has costed $ 9,500,000 of Construction and Furnishing Costs. Therfeore, the cost per room is $ 50000 which would mean that the price per room shall be $ 50.
  8. 8. This Approach, However, Fails To Take İnto Consideration  The İnflation Term  The Contribution Of Other Facilities  Services Towards The Hotel’s Desired Profitablity  Assumes A Ceratin Level Of Occupancy Rate.
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